Since its launch in March 1996, Mega Sena has been happening in Brasilia every Wednesday and Saturday at 20:00 BRT (00:30 BST/GMT). The jackpot starts off at R$2 million, which is roughly £296K, and there is no maximum jackpot so if nobody becomes a jackpot winner, it continues to roll over until someone wins. If there is more than one winner for any of the 3 prize tiers in Mega Sena, the amount is split equally between the players.
I’m intrigued - so, how do I place my Mega Sena bet?
It’s as easy as ABC - all you need to do is log in to your Health Millions account and head over to our Mega Sena page. Then, select 6 numbers from 1-60. You can place as many entries as you wish. You can also opt for the Quick-Pick option and have your numbers chosen at a random order. You can also choose to subscribe to Mega Sena so that you never miss a draw since your numbers will be automatically placed before each draw.
Mega da Virada - what’s that?
This is a draw which is held every year on New Year’s Eve. Throughout the year, 5% of the proceeds from Mega Sena are put aside and contribute to the big jackpots. If nobody matches all 6 numbers, the jackpot is awarded to players who match 5 numbers. How exciting does that sound? It sure does!
What happens if I win?
You may visit our Mega Sena results page which is updated after each draw held. You can also access your submitted numbers from your account so you can compare with the winning numbers. However - there’s no need to worry - should you be our next winner, we will make sure to inform you via email. We will also credit your account with the prize as soon as possible. The biggest jackpot was given out in a Mega da Virada draw on 31st December 2014. The amount was R$263.2 million, which amounts to roughly £38.9 million!
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